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This time we'll go through a few patterns for bends being used in a rhythm guitar playing. Those patterns are mostly taken from a classic rock, but some of modern players do use them within more modern guitar playing as well. Besides typical bend execution, for classic rock, the "1/4 wholestep bend ornament" was probably the most common one. The idea is to start the bend but break it, before it reaches the pitch of next note/half-step. To get some more info, go through the comments below each part.
Gear used (in order of connection chain placement):